"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm" - George Orwell

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Got this from a buddy of mine.

Please get your vomit buckets ready because this will make you sick(cc):

Went down to Sullivan City this past weekend for some white wing action. There were probably 75 people surrounding a 300 acre corn field armed with shotguns when this group of 20 illegals busted out in a straight line in broad daylight running right between me and a buddy. They came from behind him and passed him by about 10 feet, they just looked at him and grinned.
I grabbed my camera and got a few shots, though my camera setting were way off so picture quality isn't the best.
After the border patrol descended on this group we noticed another group behind us by the river hunkered down with one guy standing up watching the events unfold, he is in the very last picture. We assume he was the "coyote" and this group that ran out was a sacrificial group so he could gauge the border patrol response. The second group never came out.

These guys had absolutely no fear running out in an open field surrounded by hunters with shotgun blasts going off pretty near constantly.

Click on 'em to super size.

  How's that fast and furious grating on you now?


  1. Shoulda had an accident, aww, fuck the accident, shoulda shot shot some asholes.

  2. S. S. S. All I gotta say about that.

  3. If nothing else a rain shower of lead would have been appropriate.

  4. Oh, c'mon! Undoubtedly these good folks are either willing slaves working for substandard wages, or Nobel Science prize winners seeking a better life!
    To think otherwise is racist!


  5. 25 years in the Border Patrol, 2 years retired and this still boils my blood. It's best to leave them alone. Not worth the jail time, ask all the people who went to prison for trying to stop them.

  6. I know this won't help, but thank you for your service. I wish I could sit and buy you a few beers and talk. I have a friend that is a retired US Marshall. Some amazing and frustrating stories.